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any small compartment

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Granular cell tumors (GCTs) are a type of gastrointestinal SML that appear as firm, pale-yellow nodules usually not greater that 2 cm that originate from the deep mucosa or submucosa.
Biopsy of the left upper lobe lesion revealed only granulomatous inflammation, whereas a portion of granular cell tumor was noted on the biopsy of the right lower lobe lesion.
Sonographic and mammographic appearances of granular cell tumors of the breast with pathological correlation.
Granular cell tumours: an uncommon endobronchial neoplasm.
Granular cell tumour in an endangered Puerto Rican Amazon parrot (Amazon vittata).
Solar-simulated UV treatment caused an increase in the number of stratified cell and granular cell layers and stratum corneum thickness [Figures 1-3].
This tumour is a different entity from other granular cell tumours, has a predilection for female newborns (8:1) and arises predominantly from the maxillary gingiva (3:1) compared to the mandibular alveolar ridge (1).
In this report, we describe the case of a patient with multiple granular cell tumors that developed almost simultaneously in the subcutaneous cervical region and in the larynx.
In one example pertinent to wireless carriers, more granular cell site information was examined to define jurisdiction, offering a dramatic difference when compared to switches only.
If epithelium is present, it is often stratified squamous epithelium with a prominent granular cell layer, although a respiratory epithelium may be seen instead (figure 2).
Granular cell tumors are uncommon masses that appear in the breast as movable, firm lumps that measure about one-half to one inch in diameter.
Granular cell tumors (GCTs) are Schwann cell-derived neoplasms that frequently involve skin and soft tissues.
Other terms for this lesion include oncocytic cystadenoma, oncocytic adenomatous hyperplasia, cystic oncocytic metaplasia, and eosinophilic granular cell cyst.